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Old 06-30-2016, 07:26 PM   #15
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I was a certified septic pumper and will tell you flat out you shouldn't drive over it.

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FWIW The other thing that might be worth mentioning is when you drive over it. I have no idea what the soil is like there but around here there are times like spring thaw and after a lot of heavy rain when the soil is soft and bad things happen. The rest of the time it might as well be concrete. In our case 10 inches of crushed stone and 4 inches of blacktop.

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No to driving over septic field. Bad things happen most of the time.
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Well to update this thread, we were out bid on that property and ended up somewhere we are so much happier with. Now I only need a 50' driveway and a 36'x48' pad where we will build our motorhome/auto garage. Can't wait until this summer!

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